To address the complex issues confronting Power sector in the state, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, Thursday, asked the Power Development Department (PDD) to devise a comprehensive roadmap in view of the distress in power generation, transmission
President B.J.Y.M. KARGIL Mohd Hassan Pasha raised the long pending issue of lifting the Ban on Export of Apricot outside Kargil with the Miinister for Cooperatives Chering Dorjay, at Civil Secretariat Jammu.
Stressing on brand building and better marketing of horticulture produce of the state, Minister of State for Education, Technical Education, Tourism, Culture, Horticulture, Floriculture and Parks Priya Sethi
Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Prakash Ganga today said that the government is taking adequate steps to provide a conducive environment to the industrialists and aspiring entrepreneurs in Jammu and Kashmir.
A north Kashmir-based businessman travelling from New Delhi to Srinagar said he and his aged mother were prevented from boarding a plane last week at Delhi airport and has accused a private airline of discriminating against him on the basis
To take the cross LoC trade to the next level, the Cabinet which met here today under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti endorsed the proposed institutional mechanism to provide banking facilities to traders.
Stressing on enhancing employability of the youth through skill development and enabling them to grab the employment avenues in the national and international market, the Minister for Rural Development & Panchayati Raj and Law & Justice
Minister of State for Forest, Ecology, Environment, Animal & Sheep Husbandry, Cooperative and Fisheries Mir Zahoor Ahmad today said that wetland at Chatlam Pampore would be developed as an eco-tourism spot adding that adequate steps
A Shariah conference on seeking answers to the various facets of medical insurance and joint business dealings in light of Islamic Shariah is being organized at Darul Uloom Raheemiyah Bandipora from 6th May to 8th May 2016.
Japan’s Mitsubishi Motors admitted on Tuesday it has been using an improper fuel-efficiency testing method for 25 years and did not know how many cars were affected, widening a data-cheating scandal that has plunged it into crisis.
District Development Commissioner Baramulla, Yasha Mudgal today held a meeting with representatives of Fruit Traders Union of Sopore participated. Area Marketing Officer Sopore was also present during the meeting.
Stating that unemployment is among the largest challenges in Jammu and Kashmir, Minister for Finance, Culture, Labour & Employment, Dr Haseeb Drabu Monday called for formulation of a comprehensive employment policy.